Rusangu University (RU) is an institution of higher learning operated by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. It is licensed and registered as a private University under University Act 11 of 1999 by the Government of the Republic of Zambia. Rusangu University prepares students not only for professional careers but also equips them physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. Continue reading “About Rusangu”
Rusangu University traces its historical roots in the Missionary endeavours of an American Missionary named William Harry Anderson who until 1903 was the Principal of Solusi Mission. He crossed over in the company of several African Adventist workers namely: Jacob Detcha, Philip Malomo, Jack Mahlatini Mpofu and Andrew Nyakana and established Rusangu Mission in 1905. Continue reading “Our History”
In Rusangu University grounds, you will find the Musangu tree from which the name Rusangu is derived. This historic place is where the roots of the Seventh Day Adventist work are deeply embedded and where it all was pioneered by the great Missionary and Teacher, W. H. Anderson in 1903. He not only walked for two months from Solusi to fund the Mission but later lost his wife to Malaria and his father died during the long journey to Rusangu. He planted the seed of the gospel and Rusangu University and the largest Union in the world, Zambia Union Conference is the result of that humble sacrifice of one man with a vision to take the everlasting Gospel to Zambia and beyond. Continue reading “Office of Vice Chancellor”
All subjects, courses and programs offered by Rusangu University are approved by the Ministry of Education and/or such other body in charge of higher education in Zambia. This means that the programs of study are reviewed regularly and subjected to rigorous quality assurance controls to guarantee their relevance and quality. This further means that high standards are followed to monitor the performance of both students and faculty. Continue reading “Accreditation”
RURAL LIVESTOCK MARKETS AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGES IN THE VALUE OF CATTLE IN NAMWALA DISTRICT – ZAMBIA
Shepande Chaabila Kalapula
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Research article Link: https://edupediapublications.org/journals/index.php/IJSS/article/view/6790
Kalapula, S. and Mweemba, L. (2018) “Social-ecological typologies to climate variability among pastoralists in Namwala – Zambia”. Article to be published in The International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 2(1): 008-024.
Link details view: https://premierpublishers.org/wjsa/160120182212
Your life at Rusangu University isn’t just about academics; it’s about experiencing what life is all about. Students at RU can easily find activities geared to helping them develop into complete people – academically, spiritually, socially and physically. The mission, service and worship opportunities, sports activities, prayer meetings, campus clubs and recreational activities are all part of the complete college experience that you will enjoy at our University.
The Rusangu University Ministerial Association (RUMA)
Rusangu University International Students Association (RUSA)
Visit the Dean of Student Affairs’ Office to find out more about the student activities.
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